Dunkel Biere German Beer
Hofbräu Delicator Doppelbock
Hofbräu Dunkles Münchener Lager
Hacker-Pschorr Münchener Dunkles
Franziskaner Dunkel Weiss
Hacker Pschorr Dunkel Weiss
Erdinger Dunkel Weizen
Julius Echter Dunkel Weiss
Schlenkerla "Eiche" Doppelbock
Kapuziner Schwarz Weisse
Schneider Aventinus Eisbock
WARNING:These are real Bavarian Beers!
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Pronunciation guide for English-speakers:
"doonn-kel," with a short "oo" as in "foot."
Dunkel Biere are dark beers. They are generally associated with Bavaria, their region of origin, but other regions of Germany nowadays make Dunkels, too. Like all Bavarian-style beers, Dunkel tends to be very malty with only a gentle hop accent for very little hop bitterness. It has almost no nose. The alcohol level by volume of a typical Dunkel is in the range of 4.8 to 5.6%. The term Dunkel is also often used as a prefix to describe the dark version of a beer style that may come in different colors, as in a Dunkelweizen (a dark wheat ale, known in its pale interpretation as a Weissbier).
Source: German Beer Institute